You can buy the Rancho 9000XL for $80 ea and get a 9 way adjustable shock. I have them on my truck I also added the Rancho Myride to it as well and can change the shocks stiffness on the fly via wireless controller.With a 2" spacer the stock shocks are almost maxed out on travel. Getting the correct length shocks will do wonders for the ride quality. You really only need to replace the front shocks. You can find Bilstein 5100s for around $75 each.
I feel exactly the same, so my plan was to install 2 inch spacers on front with upgraded Bilstein 5100 steering stabilizer, adjustable track bar and then install 1 inch or 1.5 inch blocks in the rear. After these 33's are worn out I'll install the 35's.I have not leveled mine yet, not sure that I want too.I tow a lot and don't want it squatting in the rear.It doesn't rub after I did some inner fender modifications.Would like some opinions on the stance.Sorry to hijack your thread.
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